Last week ten Cellular Solutions staff volunteered to donate a day’s labour for the Chestnut Tree House Hospice and what a labour of love it was. The task was to clear the main drainage ditch that runs just outside of the grounds. This work was particularly essential, as the Chestnut Tree House is separate from the mains system and onsite drainage is top priority to prevent flooding.
Priority moments become just that with in this industry first deal allowing O2 subscribers exclusive access to ten top Channel4 series for a full 48 hours before they air to the general public. Shows will include such favourites as Made In Chelsea, Peep Show, Gadget Man and Fresh Meat.
Skype has been connecting people together from across the world since 2003 and yesterday Microsoft announced it will be bringing the revolutionary product to Office 365 with Skype for business.
Vodafone place a £1 billion investment in its UK network and services this year and look to rollout new technologies.
The UK Telecommunications industry under intense scrutiny in face of the BT and EE proposed convergence
The proposed merger would draw BT from the triple-play market firmly into the Quad play market but questions have been asked however about the impact this would have on service, pricing, consumers and most importantly investment in network infrastructure.
Last week, in time for international women’s day, Vodafone announced its ground breaking global maternity policy which saw them hailed as pioneers of new mothers worldwide. The company itself was swift to point out that a solid foundation of pragmatism lay at the bottom of the initiative.